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Everyone know what is autumn or in american term is Fall season.
the season when the leaves fall from the trees
in 12 months we have four season its divided by 3 moths per season a year
SUMMER,AUTUMN WINTER AND SPRING
Autumn runs from september 1 to november 30
Winter runs from december 1 to february 29
Spring runs fromm march 1 to may 31
Summer runs from june 1 to august 31
Autumn is the third season of the year, coming after summer and before winter, and coinciding with the dropping of leaves from the trees as they go into a winter rest, which is why it’s also called fall. Autumn is my fave season aside from spring yes most of us like autumn 🙂 autumn is my birth season this season is meaningful to me, i try to travel and oslo and really amazing very colorful.
Autumn in Oslo is more than rainy days. It’s also warm colours and beautiful afternoon light.The best seasons to visit Oslo and the rest of Norway are spring, summer, and winter, as u can see i am opposite to some tourist people.autumn comes with its warm colours, until the leaves fall down as another winter approaches. autumn is full of miracles and they are waiting to be discovered
Autumn is a season after summer when the leaves fall from tress,Its also a season when the days gets shorter and colder and everything turn gray,and dark.
During the majority of autumn, nights are short. This allows to move around more often without fearing the dark. It also means that less supplies are needed to survive the darkness. The riot of colours of leaves is just the deliberation of other pigments such as the burgundy red of anthocyanins from the chlorophylls. The chemistry as always creates magic effects around us and it would be a crime to do not admire it in autumn.
The words autumn comes from ancient etruscan root autu- and has within it cannotations of the passing of the year. It was borrowed by the neighbouring Romans and become the latin words autumnus.
After the roman era ,the word continued to be used as the old french word autompne (automne in modern french) or in middle englih and was later normalised the original latin, In the medieval period, there are rare examples of its use as early as the 12th century, but by the 16th century, it was in common use. the last page is based in wikipedia.
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